City DRB Review of Proposed Wintergreen Apartments


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Hello Neighbors –

               The HOA was recently informed of a City DRB review of the  planned development on the vacant lot to the west of our neighborhood located at the northeast corner of Golf Course and Benton Avenue;  the southern half of the vacant lot at the corner of Westside and Golf Course. This is the Wintergreen Apartment proposal. We are passing this information on to you and invite you to provide your input  in the review with the City. The HOA is serving as an information  conduit only regarding this apartment development project.

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Help Stop Illegal Dumping Albuquerque


Want to help keep your neighborhood looking clean and free of debris? Report illegal dumping to Bernalillo County! Illegal dumping is a problem citywide, but there are things all of us can do to help. Firstly, don’t illegally dump! It might not seem like a big deal, but illegally dumped items like rubber tires can negatively affect groundwater and cause illness in humans and animals. Secondly, if you see it, report it! Call Bernalillo County at (505) 314-0310. To learn more about how you can help combat illegal dumping, visit:

IDO Annual Update Study Session December 17th


As part of the commitment to improving the IDO every year, Planning staff has submitted the annual update to the Integrated Development Ordinance for 2020. 

This update involves 2 separate sets of proposed changes:

  1. Text amendments that would affect properties citywide.
  2. Text amendments that would affect properties in 14 small areas in Albuquerque.

You can learn more about these proposed changes to the IDO on the project website by clicking the links above.

Planning staff will host a “study session” / open house for the public on Thursday, December 17 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. via Zoom. Staff will give a short presentation with an overview of key changes, and then staff will answer questions in breakout rooms for folks who have similar questions. 

There are 3 steps in the City’s review/decision process, which is expected to take at least 4 months:

  1. The Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) reviews and recommends.
  2. The City Council’s Land Use, Planning, and Zoning (LUPZ) committee reviews and recommends.
  3. The City Council decides.

Each of these steps includes opportunities for public comments. Throughout this process, City staff will continue meet with individuals and groups to answer questions and help develop comments/suggestions for decision-makers to consider.

The Environmental Planning Commission (EPC) will review these proposed changes and take public comments at a hearing on Thursday, January 21 at 8:30 a.m. via Zoom. EPC will make a recommendation to the City Council, which will make the final decision.

Please stay involved throughout the process to help improve the IDO to work better for you and your neighbors.


District 5 Winter Open House December 15th


Councilor Borrego is happy to present the Winter District 5 Open House to be shared via YouTube. It is scheduled to occur this Tuesday, December 15, 2020 at 6:00p.m.  Please see the attached flyer for details on how to tune-in.  Please feel free to send comments for consideration at the upcoming District 5 Open House to

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Albuquerque Museum Now Open


Albuquerque Museum Now Open To New Mexico Residents So Check Out Some Great Exhibits!
The Albuquerque Museum is open once again! If you’re a New Mexico resident, you can go and see the latest exhibit titled 30 Americans. You can also check out some of the terrific permanent exhibits, and do some Christmas shopping in the Museum gift store. Remember to wear your mask, bring your New Mexico ID, and reserve your tickets online at: